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11 days ago

Sr. Principal Technical Procurement Commodity Specialist

Raytheon Company Dallas, TX

The ideal candidate will draw upon their extensive commodity knowledge and buying experience to lead and manage IPT (Integrated Product Team… Raytheon Company

6 days ago

Sr Tech Support Engineer II

Raytheon Company Dallas, TX

The candidate will fill a senior level position responsible for the creation of complex CAD models and Drawings. The candidate will work closely with… Raytheon Company

6 days ago

Principal Tech Support Engr

Raytheon Company Dallas, TX

: Mechanical CAD position in the SAS Hardware Engineering Center, Sensors & Radome Design Department located in Dallas and McKinney, TX. The… Raytheon Company

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    Good overall experience.

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer II  in  Garland, TX
    Current Employee - Software Engineer II in Garland, TX

    I have been working at Raytheon full-time for more than 5 years


    Benefits: Not sure what they are for new hires these days, and I know they used to be even better a couple years before I signed up, but the benefits are good. 401k matching, health, life insurance. ~3% raises/year (I guess more if you get promoted). Performance sharing once a year, which depends on the business but it's generally a good amount. Good people and good team-focused environment (help each other out, etc). Another good benefit is flex time: you work 40 hrs/week, but on a given 2-week pay period you can flex time to/from a week, so as long as your manager is okay with it, you could work 35hrs one week and 45 the next (in a given pay period).


    My experience has mostly been positive. Sometimes the atmosphere can be negative around layoff time (which probably happens at other companies, too). Maybe it's just been my experience, but I seldom feel like complaining about my work day. So far I've been a part of good teams doing interesting/good work.

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    Keep up the good work? I don't know.

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